This advice is brought to you by Marcus Porcaro. When creating a table in Canvas, the border lines appear invisible initially. It’s perfectly fine to leave it this way, however if you would like to add a border line you can. To do so, edit the page in the Rich: Read More: Applying a Border to Tables
With Semester 2 upon us, we have created this Teacher Ready Checklist to provide you with some last-minute tips to get your course ready for Week 1. Have a read to ensure you don’t run into some of the more common hiccups people come across. Some tips include,: Read More: Teacher Ready Checklist
Have you ever had a student upload a PDF instead of the required spreadsheet? Well good news is that you can restrict file types in a Canvas assignment by specifying which formats you will accept for a submission. To set this up, follow the instructions below with an: Read More: How to restrict file types for online submissions
Are some of your courses missing from your Canvas dashboard? This may be because Canvas can only display a maximum of 20 courses as a default. As the current teaching period comes to an end it is a good idea to remove courses you no longer need from your dashboard. To: Read More: Is your Canvas dashboard full?
The most likely reason that student’s aren’t able to see your course is that the module/content/assignment hasn’t been published yet. In Canvas, any pages/assignments/modules that are published are visible to students. It’s important that you check that all your: Read More: What if students can’t see course content?
In Speedgrader you can provide feedback to your students using text or attaching a word doc, video, or audio file. In the Assignment Comments section you can post comments to the student and any replies that have been made by the student also appear in this section.: Read More: Draft Comments